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sounds crazy, because we're not on saturday and sunday, but we're shooting some of the days on those days. >> because of the time change difference. we can't do the show live the same way. it will be a different show. it will be lots of fun. very, very sexy. hoda is going to wear her thong the entire two weeks. >> i have my thong on right now. >> yeah. >> uh-huh. >> what are you going to do for the super bowl? >> i was going to go for your house for a party, but apparently it was canceled. nobody -- >> it was never planned. there's a difference. >> you're right. >> assume, oh, going to the giffords and going to eat their chili. guess what, you're not coming to my house. or my hot dogs. >> your salsa is so good. the salsa and guac at your house is bar none. >> because the one who makes it is from mexico. >> we have one super bowl commercial that you haven't seen yet. >> i love these commercials since the very first one. it's the etrade baby. i'm excited. i hope he is not 15 with facial hair now. >> take a look.
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>> oh, this is tragic, man. investors just like you could lose tens of thousands of dollars on their 401k to hidden fees. thankfully etrade has low cost investments and no hidden fees. if you are still bent on blowing this fat stack of cash, there's a couple ways you could do it. ♪ >> or just go to etrade and save it. boom. ♪ >> boom. >> i have always said i want to meet the people who are the geniuses who came up with that one. he is cute and adorable too. >> so so clever. >> i love it. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. where would you rather watch the super bowl? from your sofa or the stadium? >> what about you? >> well, you know, for me the super bowl is a lot -- it's like going to the grammys. it seems so glamorous and so exciting. once you have been to it once and experienced it, then i want to stay home, and i want to watch it comfortably, because it's -- a lot of it's the
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build-up and the hooplah. it's exhausting. these days the amount of security that you have to go through. >> getting in and out, yeah. i would like to watch it in person if it were in a dome like this one is in the super dome where it's a controlled climate. i don't like is it going to rain or snow? do i have to bundle up and sit for hours and hours? i do like the feeling of being in the stands when people are all pumped up and excited, and i get into that. i would like to be there for this one. >> the one thing i am going to miss this weekend, you know how frank drags out by old super bowl anthem and makes everybody watch it? i wonder if frank is going to make me watch it. >> what super bowl was it? >> it was in 1995. it was from miami. was it miami? yeah. >> did you get nervous before singing the anthem? >> you know, there's been that big controversy about the lip-synching thing. i had asked to sipgs it live. i was going sing it acapella. i thought that would be a fun thing to do. they make you lip-synch it.
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here's the reason why. it's timed to the nanosecond with the fighter planes and with the -- they just don't want anything that's out of their control. that's really what it is. they want to know that, yes, they heard you prerecord it. they love it. they're ready to go. they want it perfect. don't get mad at the people that end up lip-synching it. you can't do it unless you -- maybe they've changed that since then. >> i'll be curious about beyonce's halftime show because there's been such pressure on her after the inauguration. i bet there will be -- she dances and moves around and there's a choreography. there's a lot going on. it's not just your singing. >> do you know how many things can go wrong technically? and then people at home are really upset. >> they go that's terrible. she doesn't sound like herself. >> we want to wish barry manilow all the best because is he back on broadway. >> he is rocking it. >> he sang the anthem the year before i did, and the sweetest thing. he sent me the next year the sweetest note that said dear, at& at& at&ty kathie lee, take one little bit of advice. don't look at the scoreboard
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where it will say how many billions of people are watching. >> that's terrifying. >> i know. i did the same thing for vanessa williams the next year. i said you're going to be awesome, but don't look at how many people are watching. it's such a thrill and honor. that's what you get all caught up in. >> who is singing the anthem? >> i think alicia keys. >> super bowl toss. >> we don't know who's going to win the game. but we're going to have our own little experiment. jimmy fallon had an experiment with dog bowls and puppies, and they picked the ravens. you and i are going to have an experiment to see if we're right in picking who wins. >> these are signed by us. kathie lee and hoda. every year we do this. >> now we're going to throw it through the -- >> hoda cheats every year on this. >> somebody knows how to win, and somebody doesn't. okay? i'm going to say -- i'm going to say i'm going to be throwing for -- i do want the ravens to win, but someone has to root for the 49ers, so it's going to be me. you go first. >> no, you go first. >> where do we have to do it from? we can't throw it this far.
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>> yes, you can. >> my hands are so little. it's not like your large ones. >> you want to get right up next to it? >> no, here. oops. >> that was a good try. >> that was terrible. >> let me show you this. this is how it's done. ready? don't. >> do it. >> stand oh there. stand over there. >> i'm not -- >> way over. look at that. >> oh. >> way over. >> you see what i'm -- did you hear what i deal with? it was in. >> try it again. hoda, watch your foot. i know it's a size 12, but be careful. all right. try again. now, you get out of the way this time, missy, please. okay. >> good luck with that. >> nobody's foot -- >> good luck with that. >> oh, no. terrible. >> watch this. watch this. >> from way back here? >> i am wishing you well. >> oh. all right. >> game over. forget it.
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>> waste of time. >> which is what the coach -- it's what the coaches' parents hope happens, a tie. >> can i have a nerf one next time? that fits in my hand? >> no, no, no. quit complaining. >> hard to believe the difference. >> put my hand up against hoda's. >> we'll show our hands together. put it up. here's my hand. which one are you doing? >> here's mine. look at that. look at the difference. >> look -- >> that's the bottom of mine. look at this. >> that is not the bottom. >> hoda, that's the bottom. >> what about it? approximate. >> look at the difference. that makes a difference. thank you very much. >> those are official wilson footballs. >> we are wearing red for a reason today. >> yes, we are, go red. the first friday of february, and that means it is the go red for women month. it's the tenth annual national -- >> and she's not even drinking. >> you do it. >> wear red day to raise
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awareness -- >> stop showing off. >> okay. roll it back. say it again. >> wear red day to raise awareness about heart disease in women, which is not a funny thing. >> it's not. >> we want to thank them for making these too. it is the number one killer. >> of women. i think a lot of women don't -- >> they're at risk. and they're always taking care of everybody else, and a lot of people ignore the warning signs, so we're going to be talking about it a little bit. and this is the stitch red campaign that made these for us. thank you very much. sara is getting her game on. she left. >> hey, guys! >> what are you doing? >> it got cold. okay. let's go right now. >> go out there. >> i'm picking alabama. alabama in the white sweat shirt. >> i like the kid. >> that kid ace family. four boys and they're adorable. >> i hope it's a kid. >> i'll go out and get them. >> it is time for kathie lee's
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friday funny. >> i love this one. it's from kristi's summer loft. i think this is cute [ laughter ] >> i'm so glad that's over. >> a mom is driving her little girl to a friend's house for a play date. mommy, the little girl asks, how old are you? honey, it is not polite to ask a lady her age, her mother warns. okay, the little girl says. how much do you weigh? >> oh, lord. >> now, really the mother says these are personal questions, and really none of your business. undaunted the little girl asks, why did you and daddy get a divorce? . that is enough, the exasperated mother walks away as the two little girls begin to play. the little girl said my mom wouldn't tell me anything. well, said the little friend, all you need to do is look at her driver's license. it's like a report card, and it has everything on it. later that night the little girl tells her mother i know how old you are. you're 32, and i know how much you weigh. 140 pounds.
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the mother is surprised and shocked. how in heaven's name did you find that out? >> triumphantly the little girl adds, i know why you and daddy got a divorce. oh, really, the mother asks. why is that? because you got an f in sex. >> that was a good one. >> thank you. i like that one. . it's time for our girl bobbie's buzz. come on, bt. >> come on, bobbie. >> you were complaining about the size of your hand, but jerry has footballs your size. he shows everyone at home. >> of course, you do. >> now, see. i can grip that baby. >> oh, let's try it again. thank you. >> love that shirt. >> i have a gift. this is a designer shirt. >> from marquesa for the saints for you, hoda. i come bearing gifts. >> love it. >> then next up you'll notice i'm wearing gloves. it's kind of hot in the studio, but these are called spirit fingers. aren't these so cute. >> so classy. >> well, they have college teams besides just, of course, the super bowl teams, and also
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popular colors for school, so i really like these. these are fun. you can cheer with your fingers. then these are adorable from wayfarer. these are sneaker slippers. i even got a pair for you. i keep giving hoda gifts but i have a pair for you. >> i noticed. >> aren't these adorable? >> what size are they? >> stop bringing up the size of my shoe. >> i don't know if they're going to fit. i don't know. it's going to be a stretch. >> why don't you continue talking? i'll work on it. >> then i'm going to literally get naked for you. this is junk food. they are a celebrity favorite line, and they make everything from little shirt for little ones to these amazing soft vintage ones. >> oh, cozy. >> and they have -- >> look at that. absolutely bonkers. feel how soft that is. >> that's nice. it smells like bobbie. >> they're creating all the buzz. beyonce wore a basketball shirt of her brooklyn nets, and this
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is all the buzz on-line, and this shirt isn't even out yet, and i think aly berger here is trying to steal it. >> of course, she is. >> they have all these great vintage shirts. happy super bowl, everyone. >> love you, sweetheart. >> if i was having a party, you would come. >> this is a big day because sara has a big announcement from johnson's. >> our babies. in conjunction with johnson's baby we're celebrating new moms everywhere, and today is the day we begin bringing you the adorable new additions. let's go. first up is vivian gray. lurious. vivian was born on december 30th to amy and lex in santa fe, new mexico, and vivian became an instant little sister. the most magnificent moment is the moment you see your child's face for the first time. >> she's so cute. >> big congratulations to the lucius family. the next is obadiah otho curry. he was born to donna and william in kentucky. he was born november 29th.
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his name means worshipper of god, and mom donna says while breast feeding was tough for the beginning, they both stuck with it, and it's been a great bond. up next are the widder twins. duct pleasure double the fun. wells and ellis were born to deanna and mark widder on december 14th. mom and dad say they're they've never felt more blessed. and finally our next baby is eily ruth spurgeon. she made her debut giving her parents derek and jennifer a third child to love. big brother ian and big sister mya couldn't be more proud. as mom says, such good helpers. congratulations to all of our johnson's babies and families. go to the website. >> thank you. >> as we go to break, we're going to see who wins. this is for san francisco and this is for baltimore. >> we're going to be talking -- >> nice try. >> just saying. >> we're going to be right back. >> oh, you got a good arm. >> today's healthy heart is
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>> i'm looking at the two of you, and you both seem very young to have had any kind of -- >> heart issues. >> very healthy. how old were you? >> 37. >> wow. that must have been -- was there heart disease in your family? >> yes. yes. >> lots of it, right? >> were you aware of it? >> to be honest with you, i wasn't. >> was it mostly men in your family? >> it's my father and his siblings. both women and men. >> what happened with you? >> like you said, at the age of 37, i -- weeks before the heart attack i had pain in the left side of my neck. i ignored it. of course, three weeks later had a heart attack and was rushed to the e.r. my daughter -- i call her my angel. she saved me life. she had to call 911. >> how old was she? >> 14 at the time. >> what's interesting is you don't picture women this young having to deal with heart issues, but that is often the case. >> but you know, in gail's case having such a strong family history and not knowing it, the family history is the one thing that is not modifiable, and having such a strong family history placed her for heart
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attacks at an early age. so at 37, we talk about her risk factors, she was under chronic stress, slept probably, what, four to five hours. chronic sleep deficit. you add that, you know, those two with a family history and clearly she was ripe for a heart attack. >> what about you, eva? are you the one that had the aneurism? >> yes. >> tell us about that. >> so young too. >> that's the thing. i had type 2. in my 20s i had a murmur. and i knew that something was not quite right in my heart, but they said you're okay now. come back in five years. i chose to ignore the fact that i needed to go back. i waited 13 years to go back to follow-up, and the murmur was just a little noise in my heart, but over those 13 years the aneurism on top of my heart continued to grow, and i wasn't aware of it. so when i finally did go back, they did discover that the aneurism was very large. >> you are very athletic, right? >> i like to exercise a lot, yes. >> a lot of this stuff is preventable.
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that's the funny thing. you can fix it from the outside, but oftentimes we don't think of it. what can people at home do if they're concerned about this? >> i think people need to know that heart disease is the leading killer of women in united states. it can be prevented. knowing your risks, knowing that high blood pressure definitely diabetes, elevated blood sugar, elevated cholesterol, having a family history as gail had with heart disease, being sedentary places you at risk. and for us women knowing that stress place a critical role in the buildup of plaque and lack of sleep. >> what if you can't do anything about that stuff? >> stress is a necessary evil, but learning to control it. if you take ten minutes a day to laugh, to listen to your favorite music and just destress, it definitely puts the stress level back down. >> is that what you are doing? >> yes, ma'am. >> absolutely. >> well, we're so glad -- >> have you to exercise even less as a result? >> fortunately, i had my open heart surgery two years ago, and now i can exercise as much as i want. >> we're so happy you guys are
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we are back on this try day friday, and today's healthy heart, heart disease is the leading cause of death in the united states, but there's a lot you can do to help lower your risk. >> in honor of american's heart month "today"'s diet and nutrition editor and ivillage contributor madeline fernstrom is here to test our knowledge of healthy heart habits. >> she's here to make us look like idiots as usual. >> i like this family feud style. >> i like this. >> question one, think about this before you buzz in. the american heart association says five days of week of moderate activity five days a week. for how long? . >> 30 minutes, 50 minutes, or 90 minutes? >> wait until the end of the question. >> 60 minutes. >> 30. >> it is 30. >> 30 minutes. >> you can do more. >> quit cheating, hoda. >> i knew when i heard the first answer that apparently i was wrong. >> 30 is the minimum. >> you didn't say minimum. >> you didn't let her finish.
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>> let me finish the question. >> go on. i'm ready. >> omega 3 fats are good for your heart. which one of these foods does not contain them? doesn't have them. salmon, walnuts, sardines, lentils or flax seed. >> flax seeds. >> no. >> salmon, walnuts -- >> lentils. that's correct. not a good source. >> you are okay. even up the score. okay. >> i thought len tills were good for you. >> they're good for you. >> oatmeal is a super food for your heart, but what does it actually do? does it help to lower blood sugar, lower blood pressure, or lower blood cholesterol? >> oh, lord. >> tell me quit cheating. >> sugar, cholesterol, or your blood pressure. >> it lowers your blood sugar, madeline. >> no, it doesn't. >> so i win anyway? >> you have to answer.
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>> sugar, blood pressure or cholesterol? >> cholesterol. >> that's correct. >> let's make it easier. true or false question. >> okay. >> true. >> sleeping less than six hours a night raises your risk for heart disease? >> true. >> yes. >> because i don't sleep that much, so i need to. >> actually snoring raises your risk also. >> then i should have it. i don't snore but -- never mind. >> we know that eating too much salt can contribute to high blood pressure. now, canned soups is a big salt bomb. >> not if it's campbell's eat healthy. >> of course. but for a typical bowl of canned soup, how much salt is there? is it 10%? 25%? 50% of your daily requirement? >> i snuck right in. 50%. >> that's correct. >> so did not --
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>> look for low canned soup variety. >> what's the score? >> 3 and 2. >> now, condiments can also be -- >> condiments. >> which one of these condiments has the most sodium per tablespoon. >> ketchup. >> ketchup, pickle relish, mayonnaise, soy sauce or mustard? >> you said ketchup. is she right? >> no, she was not. >> i didn't think so. soy. >> soy sauce. >> not when you eat the light. i use the light. no, no, no. >> don't change the question. >> is it 4-2? >> it's 4-2. true or false, please. >> this is about stress. stress can be bad for your heart, but why? is it because, number one, it raises your blood pressure. number two, it can release hormones that strain your heart, and, number three, both of these. >> both. >> both of these. that's correct. >> okay. do we have time for one more? it's over.
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>> we do take football very seriously in my house, but that doesn't mean throwing a super bowl party has to feel like a mad dash for the end zone. >> here are quick tips with "better homes and garden" contributing editor elaine griffin. >> hello. >> hi. >> we're all decked out and ready to go. >> the best part of the super bowl isn't the game. it's the party. this year is the classic east coast-west coast mix in the big easy which means we're bringing the mardi gras flavor. >> whoopee. >> coming up. >> i'm putting on ravens. >> are you ravens. >> because i like michael orr. >> i have to represent.
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>> okay. so in honor of your cocktail moratorium this month, we're having a family-friendly libation, which is a wonderful punch. it's pineapple and lime juice. >> we'll be the judge of it. >> there you go. >> thank you. >> with seltzer water thrown in. guests can i.d. their names -- is it good? >> something is not quite right. >> maybe we need to have wine? >> so your guests can i.d. their drinks. >> that's cute. >> little football stem bracelets. our table is all about the field itself. we have -- we're going to get there. we have a green felt runner from the craft store. we've marked the yard lines with bottles that we put numbers on. >> that's cute. >> on the 20 this is grapefruit and apple juice for the ravens.
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water on the 50. cran apple for san francisco. you can do this with wine. and for our hometown theme snacks. >> crab meat for maryland. >> are these fresh, or have they been here since the earliest hours? >> they're really, really good. >> celebrating, you know, the mexican influence from california heritage is potato skin nachos, that are really tasty too. we have -- isn't it really good? >> uh-huh. >> the only thing is wheat grass centerpieces. >> that's clever. >> isn't this cute? the referees calling the games on our napkins. >> i love these, by the way. >> yeah. these are easier to make than they look. it's little crepe paper lanterns from the party store. crepe paper fans. you string them together, add some logo insignia. >> they go with every decor. they do. >> that looks good, hoda. >> we're in new orleans. what do we need? >> king cake. >> where's my baby jesus?
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>> you can find it. if you order by 4:00 eastern today, you can still get it tomorrow before the game. it's hidden in there. why don't you go find it? >> i always find my baby jesus. >> we are using poker chips as team colors, so whoever finds -- >> nothing better than a mardi gras cake. >> you're destroying it. >> i have to find my baby jesus. >> you eat it. >> we have another one. >> you know -- >> i got money. >> hello. >> we're predicting san francisco on that. now, for your halftime activity in addition to watching beyonce, it's super bowl dart game. we made this with green felt on foam core. this is velcro stencil for the ladies. >> what are we doing? >> it's the same as in the real game. you want to go for the touchdown. >> okay. >> good. >> yes! >> wait until the end of the show to see who finally got -- i'm not going to say that because pride comes before the fall. >> that was nice. oh, terrible. >> 10 yards off, hoda.
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>> yes! >> mine didn't stick. . i like this game. that's fun. >> elaine, fun. very fun. >> who are you rooting for? >> i love ray lewis. >> okay. >> ravens. >> thank you. >> we have to get that party started so you can get ready for the super bowl cookoff. >> san francisco versus baltimore, and may the best chefs win right after this. >> snow moving in to parts of the knee. i'm meteorologist chris warren with your weather channel forecast. looking across the country where there will be chance for some snow. dealing with snow once again around the great lakes. watch out for those heavy lake effects snow bands setting up. you can go from decent driving conditions to absolutely nasty. very low visibility and slippery roads than happen in a hurry. that chance for snow eventually moving into the northeast. cold air is in place.
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highs today will be into the upper 20s and lower 30s throughout the northeast. teens and 20s for minneapolis to chicago. chance for some snow in the northeast possibly from new york to boston could end up with 1 to 3 inches. that can change. keep it tuned in to the weather channel during the day on saturday and throughout sunday. for the latest on that threat for snow in the northeast. still going to be cold, though. it's still going to feel like winter, whether or not you look out the window and it looks like winter that's another story. but at least one thing's for sure. temperatures are going to be very cold. as warm as it's going to get in boston and new york on sunday will be 34 degrees. that's it. then we're going to see another little system move through on monday enhancing that chance for snow around the great lakes, maybe bringing some rain throughout parts of the mid south, into parts of the south there, northern louisiana, much of arkansas having good chance for some showers. another chance for some snow around the great lakes. temperatures right around the freezing mark for the northeast. and then on wednesday, high pressure building in. you get to bring at least a
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it's the fourth annual today's show super bowl culinary cookoff. >> i don't remember the last three. as always, we love to invite chefs from each super bowl city. representing san francisco, northern california native ryan scott is the chef and owner of --
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>> the other guy. the other guy. >> he is not from san francisco. >> keep going. >> and representing baltimore -- >> that guy. >> spike jerty rhymes with dirty. >> whatever works. chef and owner of woodbury kitchen. >> here's what you are playing for. we want to point out, this is the trophy. this is the coveted hardware. >> you know what it's called? ? is this the lombardi? >> it's for the cookoff. >> come over here. come over here. >> all right. what do we have? >> san francisco we have to give you souvenirs and gifts. this is sourdough sam. >> are you going to hold that? >> then you both get necklace s that say 49ers. >> thank you. >> these are good. talk about really fun and easy dishes, okay? what you want to do is emphasize the city that you're in. san francisco sourdough all the way. frozen spinach is what i used here. goat cheese. i know you don't eat cheese right now. i made you a non-cheese version.
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>> did you? >> she loves cheese. she just can't eat cheese. >> try this real quick, kathie. what's great is you whip it and add spinach. artichokes. >> then you eat it with bread? >> bread or vegetable platter on the side. here's my favorite. spicy crab dip. >> i don't care for your vegetables. >> oh, i'm sorry. you don't like my vegetables. try this. spicy crab dip. easy thing. mayonnaise, cream cheese, pimiento peppers. >> good. >> a nice kick to it. >> spicy. >> the people that don't eat bread, you can do the veggies on the side. >> what's down here? >> down here is a fun thing. crockpot. slow cooker. easiest thing in the whole world to do. i added a little bit of chirriso. clams, sausage, potatoes. keep these warm the whole time and you set it up. you add a little pesto to add california flair on top. you like that? >> sara, get over here. >> i'm not going to finish any good dish without a good drink. lime-a-rita. lime aid you can get with a
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frozen lime mix. a little bit of beer. you ladies aren't drinking, but -- >> hey, guys. >> sara can. >> sara, you shouldn't either. you're on the show. >> i never took the vow. >> mussels are delicious. >> okay. good job. >> baltimore. what have we got here? >> we are starting with disco fries. very, very popular in baltimore. again -- >> disco fries. >> it's french fries layered with crab, roasted pork. delicious. there is a little bit of cheese on top as well. >> careful. >> then we roll the whole thing under the broiler, and it's delicious. >> what's happening. these look delicious. >> i've never had one. >> part of our home team is the great farms that supply us, we wanted to really fear them. we have incredible meat loaf. >> meat loaf? >> this is a meat loaf sandwich. >> wow. >> get in there. >> please do. >> sara, i can't do that one. >> why not? >> because my mouth isn't as big as yours. >> oh, ouch. >> meat loaf sandwich. by the way, onion rings inside.
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>> fried onion rings. pickled red cabbage and a little pickle bacon. >> that's good. >> okay. >> get into it. >> anyway. okay. go ahead. >> we're in baltimore, and we had to do some wings. these are what we're calling raven wings. you can see they have that distinctive purple glaze. we have maple syrup. we are using some of the liquid from our cabbage to give it a purple sheen. those are easy. they're out of the oven. nothing hard about that. then we have a punch to finish things off. there's great local beer in this as well as some jam that we made earlier in the year. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> we can't have anything. >> kath, come here. >> sara, what do you think of this? isn't it delicious? >> yes. >> wait. we've come to a decision, and it hasn't been easy. we thought about it for a long time. >> and the winner -- >> we talked about it. >> -- of this big trophy is
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>> time now to get your game on where two fans are chosen right off the plaza. and we bring them in for a little bit of fun. >> let's find out what we're playing and meet the lucky contestants. >> today we're playing pop quiz. i'm going ask you a question, and you're allowed give them a hint, and if you get it right, you get to pour into the glass. the first one to hit the top -- >> this line? >> the winner gets to drink, but not -- never mind, you guys won't get to. >> you are too young. >> this is kathie. . >> cathy and shane. shane will pick our first question. >> shane no, pressure. >> shane has never watched our show. >> whatever. >> he is going to be great. what is friday called around here?
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>> don't tell her. >> it rhymes with friday, so it would be -- if you were going to -- >> one guess. >> have a new experience in life, what would you call that? >> i'm -- i think i'm going to give that a -- >> this game is awful. >> say anything. any word. >> i'm going to give that a -- >> the day. >> that's what i'm doing right now. >> our next question is who does ambush makeovers with jill martin and what is the song? >> okay. his name is -- >> you can't say the name. >> okay. it's like -- [ humming ] >> okay, ladies. >> al roker. >> no. >> some experts. >> nobody watches our show. >> wait.
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shane, what is hoda's play list called? go big or go home, shane. you got this. 14 years old. >> hoda's play list. >> what do you listen to your music on? >> what does kathy do on fridays? >> what do i do on fridays? >> kathie lee do on fridays? >> drinks. >> she drinks every day. >> who is in charge of bringing kathie and hoda their drinks? you met this person. >> that guy. what's his name? rhymes with hairy. >> jerry. >> yeah! >> wait, wait, wait. >> three places kathie lee and hoda have travelled on the show. >> name one. just one. >> disneyland. >> world. we were world. >> we were on a different network. >> i'm sorry.
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>> the game has ended. >> the winner is the 14-year-old. >> you never watch our show. >> no. >> well, your mom likes it. >> yes. >> give kathie a hug. she loves you. >> you're adorable. >> thank you. >> jenny mccarthy is going to stop by and see us, and we're going to get buzzed from hollywood. >> and the best super bowl commercials over the weekend, and the newest inductees of the joy fit club. have a fun day. >> where are you going to be? >> i'm going to be in palm beach. soon. >> we're calling for rainn! straight from "the office," rainn wilson sharing finale secrets. >> so this is what we might see on the show? >> a super new project with oprah, and more. >> all kinds of fun that happen when you come to the show.
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>> joined by special guest, yvette nicole brown. it's a friday, so sweet you can almost taste it. >> jeffrey! [captioning made possible by cbs television distribution] >> jeff: all right, a little about me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on the show. and i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids, in a blended family. i'm hosting a talk show, because there's a lot to talk about. >> this is the adventure. jeff: welcome to the show! thank you. have a seat. have a seat. have a seat. i wish you guys could see the show right before the cameras come on, where pete and bridget are both, get up! get up! applaud! it's the weirdest sort of sense of -- that people care, because you know it's only because there's crazy people, get up! i think i just busted my shirt open. ok, i'm excited today for


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